Apps and online tools are great for property-searching. But sometimes, nothing beats a sit-down chat. Here’s where you can go.

Taking your first step on the property ladder, buying your first family home or making a property investment in Nottingham?

In any of these cases, you’re about to make a major decision that will have far-reaching consequences – so it’s one you need to get right.

Meet Nottingham's property experts

Here at Zoopla, we work with an army of experienced local estate agents who know the Nottingham market inside out. 

We're talking street-by-street and even house-by-house. 

Better still, they are always ready to share their expertise. 

Call into any of these estate agent branches in Nottingham and sit down for an informal chat. They can help you answer questions ranging from ‘Am I buying in the right area?’ to ‘How much room do I have to negotiate?”

You don't even need to make an appointment.

  • Martin & Co: The doors of Martin & Co, based on Talbot Street, are open between 10am and 3pm on Saturdays, or any weekday from 9am to 5.30pm. The agent is currently marketing 42 properties with average asking prices of £123,190. That’s almost £90,000 below the average for properties in Nottingham.

  • Rex Gooding Estate Agents: Drop into this estate agents in the suburb of West Bridgford on any weekday between 9am and 5.30pm, or Saturday from 9am to 4pm. The agent currently has 107 properties on its books at an average asking price of £411,222, which is around £198,000 above the area average.

  • Walton & Allen Estate Agents: If you have a Saturday morning spare, you can stop by Walton & Allen Estate Agents in the city centre, which is open between 9am and 12pm on Saturdays, or every weekday until 5.30pm (except Fridays when they close at 5pm). They currently have a choice of 103 properties for sale with prices averaging £159,499 – around £53,000 below the area average of £212,887.

You could leave with a fresh perspective that sees you rip up your property search criteria and start again... or with a renewed certainty that you know exactly what you want and where. 

Either way, there's nothing to lose.

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